in Denver .
Written in English
|Statement||Processed by M. Gary Bettis.|
|Contributions||Bettis, M. Gary.|
|LC Classifications||Z6616.T5 C65|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||70636568|
The rudiments of English grammar: illustrated by parsing lessons: containing also a table of questions on the parts of speech, arranged in systamatic order, designed to facilitate the pupil's progress and initiate him in the principles of etymology: together with twenty-four syntactical rules, ellipsis, and a few observations on the uses of. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Charles Spalding Thomas (6 Dec –24 Jun ), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Denver County, Colorado, USA ; Maintained by Find A al ID: View Source. Lemon Hill And Fairmount Park: The Papers Of Charles S. Keyser And Thomas Cochran, Relative To A Public Park For Philadelphia. Pub. In And Reprinted In [Charles S Keyser, Thomas Cochran, Horace J Smith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have . Excerpt from Lemon Hill and Fairmount Park: The Papers of Charles S. Keyser and Thomas Cochran, Relative to a Public Park for Philadelphia; Published in and The first of the two papers here reprinted was issued from the press in 18 56, at a period when, what is now the great Park of Philadelphia, was a succession of dilapidated Author: Charles Shearer Keyser.
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Biographical Sketch. Born in Henderson, Texas on , William Thomas Gaston worked as a store clerk and Pullman car conductor prior to launching his career in the state auditor's office in Austin for six years, three of them as . These papers have been organized into four series and two sub-series: 1. Letters, (Folders ); 2. Accounts and Papers of Charles Brown, (Folders ); 3. Papers relating to Other Members of the Brown family, (Folder 9); 4. Box 1: Contains folders FOLDER 1 contains a brief history of Sullivan's family and his most recent Curriculum Vitae. The CV includes a listing of his books, publications and articles, his honors and awards in the field of Georgia history, and selected important lectures, all up to the time of submission of his papers to the Society in February Thomas Byers Huling (), landowner, postmaster, politician, congressman, judge, and speculator, came to Texas in and acquired a land grant on the Angelina River in what was to become Jasper County. His papers primarily concern his political and commercial activities in Texas from until